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Telemundo
Jan 14, 2013 6:30pm PST
de los eestados unis y juevces de los estados unido. >> maÑana les traerÉ la segunda parte de la entrevista donde nos contÓ si las raices latinas le i influeytenyen. >> siempre quise quedar conec conectada con la munidad. >> cogiendo mi seguridad mi confgcon confianza mi amor por la com comunidad. >> maÑana en el noticiero tele u telemundo no se pierda la ent v entrevista y les contaremos como jovÓvenes podrÁn estudiar una r carrert test test test test >> en california entra en vigor la ley ab oapara a jovenÓvenes q qup pra que puedan estudiar. >> para muchos el no tener do documentos o dinero era un im d impedimento. >> muchos teniamÍamos que traba y ir por semestres pero ahora los estudiantes de california pueden teener 12 mil doÓlares e becas y los de mÁs bajos recu s recuersrecuerr recuross recur recursos podrÍan tener la car carrercarre carrera gratis. >> esto es lpor el dreaproyecto legalizaciÓn dream act pero par a algunos no es algo que se ve e bien por la falta de dinero. >> los extremistas atacan a la c comunidad a diario. >> y ahora lqa pa preocupacion
PBS
Jan 3, 2013 2:30pm PST
two years. it was 24 hours after he drew criticism over his actions to resolve the fiscial clif. uni nazir was killed in pakistan -- he is one of the leaders accused of sending fighters into afghanistan but was seen as a friend in the pakistani state. for more on the use of drones, we have -- from the south asian council. how important a figure was this man? >> it is a huge, symbolic act. he has been replaced by someone else. the key message is the u.s. will follow and take out people crossing the border. if he was a friend to pakistan or if they were allowing him to operate because he wasn't attacking pakistan is a different matter. but his people along with similar groups were on the fringes, harboring elements that continue to attack the pakistani state. >> we have seen criticism of the u.s. drone policy -- would you expect more of that? a> in recent months there is heightened cooperation and visits from the head of inter- services and i believe they may well have understanding on the type of targeting that is permissable if the u.s. helps pakistan with the pakistani taliban, then
WETA
Jan 3, 2013 6:00pm EST
to resolve the fiscial clif. uni nazir was killed in pakistan -- he is one of the leaders accused of sending fighters into afghanistan but was seen as a friend in the pakistani state. for more on the use of drones, we have -- from the south asian council. how important a figure was this man? >> it is a huge, symbolic act. he has been replaced by someone else. the key message is the u.s. will follow and take out people crossing the border. if he was a friend to pakistan or if they were allowing him to operate because he wasn't attacking pakistan is a different matter. but his people along with similar groups were on the fringes, harboring elements that continue to attack the pakistani state. >> we have seen criticism of the u.s. drone policy -- would you expect more of that? a> in recent months there is heightened cooperation and visits from the head of inter- services and i believe they may well have understanding on the type of targeting that is permissable if the u.s. helps pakistan with the pakistani taliban, then perhaps the u.s. can get away with its own targeting list. >> this strike r
Univision
Jan 16, 2013 11:00pm EST
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NBC
Jan 15, 2013 5:00pm PST
that was uni israeled today. we were at the launch and we are joined from facebook headquarte headquarters. mark zuckerberg rolled out the next big thing, i'm confused about it. explain. >> it's search. search has been lucrative here in silicon vail. google and twitder have proven that, facebook wants in on the action. today here at headquarters rolling out a search engine of its own to help you find things on the internet in a new way and while they are at it, maybe improving their bottom line. they call it graph search and unlike google that scours the internet for information, facebook entry scours facebook, so you can get information based on what your friends like and what they use. >> i need a plummer, i need a dentist, i need a doctor and normally we would ask our friends for that type of stuff. that is how we did things for hundreds of years and then came the search is engines and we stopped asking the friends and then started asking things that did not know us well. >> graph search which is in beta right now and will roll out gradually over the next few months marks a new directio
CBS
Jan 27, 2013 5:30pm PST
on sundays. the city expects it will add millops to the uni budget. >> take the drain out there so you can drink and hang out and not worry about anything. >> and the movie about the killing of oscar grant. the last day in the life of grant won the grand jury prize and audience award in the u.s. dramatic competition. a b.a.r.t police officer shot and killed grant back in 2009. >>> another crisis tonight as protests grow larger and more violent in cairo. what steps the new president has taken to regain control. >>> the pope joins world remembrances of the holocaust. the ceremonies that stretched from rome to moscow. >>> from the weather center, good evening, everybody. i have a weather pattern i promise you will be talking about. >>> plus, the warmest day of the week. still straight ahead as eyewitness news continues on cbs 5 state of emergency and curfew in three provinces hit by a wave of political violence. four days of clashes between police and protesters hav >>> egyptian president declared a state of emergency and curfew. four days after clashes bet
FOX
Jan 20, 2013 5:00am PST
. being diagnosed. do you have a uni polar depression which is sadness more days than none for a period of two weeks where you just completely disponded or do you have a dysthymia which is sort of like a chronic low level sort of depression that you're carrying for two years? is it something like a bipolar or psy? we need to get the proper treatment. there are some great antidepressants that are out there. there are some side effects but they're revolutionizing how people are dealing with their depressions. >> i have bipolar 2 disorder and i say i have as opposed to i am bipolar because it's what i have. i think that once people realize that -- >> can you say a little bit about that distinction? that's important. >> the difference between by polar one and bipolar 2? >> the difference between saying i have versus i am. >> when you say i am you become the disease. you become everything that goes with that disease. and when i say that i have it, it is something separate from myself that i can take care of. we have so much trouble, a, admitting that we have a problem but then going to spine
ABC
Jan 30, 2013 5:30am EST
many times broadcasters will say the word harbaugh. the over unis the median line is 21 1/2. megan, what do you take? >> over. >> over 21 1/2. >> absolutely. we are looking at the other things to bet on like alicia keys whether or not she will get booed during the national anthem. so i am going to say. >> who boost the national anthem singer? also will she mess up the words? you will get a little better than even money on that. i think it's like 1 -- basically it's basically 1 to 1 as betting goes. with beyonce and singing will jay-z join her on stage. even money on that one. >> another one will beyonce's hair be straight or curly. i am going say curly. >> what do you say lynette? >> straight. >> okay. now another bet the over under on the post game handshake and hug between brothers, 7 1/2 second do you go over or under. >> i say over. >> 7 1/2 -- i say under. >> i am going under. >> this is emotional this is a hug and a handshake. >> but john harbaugh said yesterday they are past that. this is about competition and it's about the teams on the field that's why i say go under. >> i
CNN
Jan 10, 2013 5:00pm PST
. the second a dab hit the uni, she touched it with a towel she had in her hand. sow no wax was in the towel and i yanked it back asap, but fuzz was not stuck to the wax, stuck to her uni, so now she's freaking out and i had to ask like it was a cool science project to get the wax off? i'm not sure what is happening now, but all i can sort of gather is the waxing didn't seem to go well. fear not, mom persevered. quote, sophia feel a sleep. i got my tweezers and pluck, pluck, pluck. soap was now saying ouch or anything and still was asleep. i got most of it off and then finally she woke up. ah, i feel like a good mom. smiley. yeah. what a good mom. those are exactly the words i was going to use to describe her. farrah went on "good morning america" to defend her decision, not that she needed to, to pluck her 3-year-old's eyebrows. >> what i said was hey, mommy is going to, you know, try to pluck your eyebrows because there's a little too much hair there. if i can help my daughter in little way by plucking a few hairs, i think i did something right. >> she is helping her daughter feel good abo
CSPAN
Jan 23, 2013 7:00am EST
is continuing membership of the european uni union. has the prime minister heard the growing voices of concern being expressed within the industry over the prolonged uncertainty these will create? and does he began to recognize the damage he might do to our economy and a sector employment hundreds of thousands of british workers? >> first of all let me say that i agree with the honorable gentleman that it's very welcome that for the first time since the 1970s britain is once again under this government a net exporter of cars. that is something to celebrate. i so we don't agree with him about what he says about business. this morning, you see, the institute of directors, the director general of the cbi, the chamber of commerce, the federation of small businesses all coming out and sing this is the right approach, let's get a good deal for britain. let's reform europe and make a more open and competitive and let's put the choice to the british people in a referendum. >> duncan haynes spent i welcome his answer for ending hunger. that he recognizes the importance of the root causes of hunger, the
FOX Business
Jan 2, 2013 11:00pm EST
bit higher taxes. more importantly i love the certainty. uni have talked about this for the last year. wall street is looking for certainty. what they have today, they know at they're dealing with. endo there was been 330billion more. he's spending more money. that means bernanke will keep the money pump cranking away. plenty of liquidity and wall street shows up at the huge rally that we saw today. neil: a very good point to make you make many of them. here is where will respectfully disagree. as you know, i read a prompter on tv. here's my argument. whatas weird about today is you had this bastion of capitalism celebrating even bigger government, even more regulation minded government. grateful that the taxes did not triple, grateful that the state taxes did not go p as much as was feared and affect as many as was feared. we are so grateful for so little that we will buy on squad, and that is what worries me. neil: you're right, but let's look. there were some plans out the that would raise dividend taxes almost 4%. neil: you're right. how can you get a sustained rally. if your goi
FOX Business
Jan 6, 2013 1:30am EST
't fault, you know, interested parties like unis for trying. i mean, that's the precedent so go ahead and your opposition-- >> if i'm a member of the union i'm hearing ben stein saying i mig s my dinosaur days and i'm thinking better ways to spend my money. >> there may not be better ways for them to spend their money. let me back up a second for something my colleague in new york said. i don't think that all of michigan is a vast wasteland, outside of detroit, it's a beautiful prosperous state. grand rapids is booming and part of-- >> and mentioning detroit and once again making the assumption that no one in detroit watches us. >> no, no, people in detroit watch you a love, but. and it's all about-- >> and are you offefended? >> easily offended, but the point about grand rapids is right. i've been there, it's amazin the sky is full of cranes, they're building there, things are-- >> the ford museum is there. >> they're building a big, place to train doctors. >> and this is our way of apologizing to michigan, thanks to charles and saying hopefully you watch. i want to thank gerri who i
FOX News
Jan 27, 2013 7:00am PST
this morning. new alarming developments out of north korea. jim juong unis vowing to target the u.s. the sworn enemy of the korean people. state nemedia reports kim has ordered top officials to stake quote substantial and high profile measures this after the united nations security council tightened sanctions against pyongyang after they launched the rocket last month. they will keep testing nuclear devices as part of an all out action against america promising to launch a rocket that could hit us, too. what do we do? general jack keen a general former vice chief of staff to the army. good morning. >> hi eric. >> this is amazing they have another nuclear test it could be the third. can they be stopped? >> well, we haven't stopped them to date that's for sure. we have done a lot of negotiations a lot of diplomacy prior oh to them developing the nuclear weapon. we have done the same thing since they have had a nuclear weapon and haven't been able to stop them from testing. kim ju kim jong-un is a young guy flexing his muscle politically. he wants to send a strong message to his people and the pe
FOX News
Jan 28, 2013 8:00pm PST
, do it. >> i never saw zorro on a uni cycle. and next factor tip of the day. how to interview president obama should you run into him. >> bill: factor tip of the day but first, we're giving away copies of the constitution and the declaration of the independence suitable for framing. you get those two documents if you buy one of my books and the kids book makes a terrific gift. kem, the movie killing lincoln coming up in february. now to, mail. >> the truth can be painful but will protect you in the long run. >> we'll see all of you and details on the shows on billoreilly.com. >> and sheri writes >>
KBCW
Jan 27, 2013 10:00pm PST
. the city expects it will add millions to the depleted uni budget. >>> gas prices are inching higher. the average price of a gallon gas has gone up 2 cents in the past two weeks. nationally the average price for a gallon of regular is 3.34. as usual california has the highest average price a gallon of regular is 3.61 up 3 cents. the lowest price in the state is in stockton where it's 3.47 a gallon. >>> after all the super bowl partying is over it's a bit tough to head to work the next day. the online movement to keep you out of the office the monday after the big game. >>> it's not just the 49ers who are capturing the attention of fans. the other bay area sports team who had hundreds lining up. >>> good evening everybody get out that extra blanket a cold night is on tap. plus i'll pinpoint the warmest day we can expect this upcoming week eyewitness news continues right here on the cw. ,,,,,,,,,, biggest game of their lives. they carry their own . >>> check this out. rich athletes on their way to the biggest game of their lives and they carry their own bags. secrets some of those
Univision
Jan 16, 2013 5:00pm PST
libertad. >> paso a ser uni icono nacion. >> se sometio a este proceso, o donde descubrio que tiene pos i posibilidades de tener a sus j hijos. >> todo el mundo habla de ella, los derecoshos de la mujer di u que el estado le debe una por lo que sufrio. >> los tedelitos tiene que hac r responsable a estas personas. >> ahora quiere aprendere a usa internet, dle contaron que tien la herramienta para econcontrar sus hijos. >> me siento capaz de enfrentar todos los problemas. >> dice que tien dos objetivos, culminar los estudios y encon a encontrar los hijos. >> tenemos final de impacto con la primicia de regulo caro. >> que tal amigos, con regulo a caro, (muscúsica(), (musúsica), (mus (música grupera), nos vamos con muúsica y mañana estaremos aaq s si dios quiere, q. >> hasta mañana que estén bien. >> (musúsica grupera?) . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> [habla en inglés] . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> està viuda clama justicia y pu policía pide ayuda del
FOX News
Jan 28, 2013 11:00pm EST
. if it sounds scary, do it. >> i never saw zorro on a uni cycle. and next factor tip of the day. how to interview president obama should you run into him. >> bill: factor tip of the day but first, we're giving away copies of the constitution and the declaration of the independence suitable for framing. you get those two documents if you buy one of my books and the kids book makes a terrific gift. kem, the movie killing lincoln coming up in february. now to, mail. >> the truth can be painful but will protect you in the long run. >> we'll see all of you and details on the shows on billoreilly.com. >> and sheri writes >> >> if someone dodges a question or filibusters, doesn't stop talking i jump in that. is my job. get answers so here is the tip of the day. you know a lot of times be polite, listen to someone rooming it. but if you have a time limit like i do. jump in there. get to the point. life is too short. factor tip of the day. that is it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor web site and spout off about the factor from anywhere in the world. name and town if you wi
CNN
Jan 20, 2013 5:00pm PST
, 100 people in the opera house but there are thousands of people watching this via facebook or uni-vision. live streaming following this. very exciting evening tonight. real lay celebration and of course looking forward to the big day tomorrow, inauguration day. wolf, anderson? >> suzanne, thanks very much. suzanne looks fabulous tonight, too. brooke baldwin. >> i'm surprised you're not with the bands. you love your katy perry. >> lynyrd skynyrd coming up. >> you're very excited. let's talk about what's happened today already and also what happens tomorrow. want to bring in our panel of folk who is are joining us. cornell belcher, of course, with us here. also "the washington post" columnist, sally quinn. van jones, as well. we saw the spearing in earlier today. the official swearing in. which has to take place on sunday. it was very quick but it really event steeped in history and history. not a lot of pageantry but an important moment. >> history because it's the third time he's taken the oath of office. and he's going to do it another time tomorrow so i think the only president
FOX Business
Jan 4, 2013 3:00pm EST
you very much. head of fixed income. still okay with uni's. i know a lot of our viewers invest in municipal bonds. closing bell and 47 minutes. business is changing for the power providers, and not for the better, but actually for good reason. everything has become more energy-efficient, and that hurts demand for electricity. it has weakened considerably. how can utilities deal with this reversal relying problem? american electric power has plans all over the country providing many of you would like to see. the ceo is telling as hell a epa's overcoming obstacles, still trying to make money in a challenging environment. fox business exclusive. he only speaks to you guys. you can't afford to miss it. ♪ ♪ liz: the social media stocks are on fire. yelp jumping. nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. >> reporter: really. when you take a look, the fact that we had a great week on wall street. the s&p, dow, nasdaq. take a look at the social media stocks. names that everyone is familiar with. when you think about the games online, nine and and a half percent
FOX Business
Jan 8, 2013 3:00pm EST
. the overall volume for uni units been exactly on production for this year and we're looking to triple our business from this year into next year and this year. liz: a lot of people were thinking about the fiscal cliff but sometimes we tend to think everybody is worried about something and maybe talking to you as not the newer and entertainer, how worried are you about that? you look at your finances and tax rate, did it change any decisions you made in your business? >> not really. when you are traveling and doing so much, whistle while you work kind of concept. i enjoy what i do so much i don't mind the process, the new things that are coming. these things are happening, just make the adjustment and move forward. liz: you are an investor, what is your favorite stocks right now, any senator's? >> i am watching the game. i take a step back and look to see what is going on first for a little while. i tried to get the best possible advice in the area and still look at them like they still might not know what is going on. liz: good advice. thank you very much. $400 headphones, who is up for t
FOX Business
Jan 8, 2013 6:00pm EST
of -- la modification. >> but you and i -- >> uni agreed. gerri: one at the time, please. all right. respond, and then we will leave it there. >> we agree to the point that if there was damage done to the households, but in the case of the robo-signing, you cannot really show damages. that's mile point. gerri: okay. we have to agree to disagree. i think both of my guests were coming on tonight. thank you for being with us in the ticketing your point of view. i think it is an important one. always a pleasure to have you want. thanks to both of you. >> thanks. >> thanks. gerri: a fox business alert for you now. well, i have reported a lot of this show about the stock market and how it can be every game, how individual investors have to play second fiddle to the pros. one of the places where they have the upper end is so-called dark pools. these are price changes up to the general public the new york stock exchange and the nasdaq. nearly one in seven stocks are bought and sold in the pools. now, the financial end of -- financial industry regulatory authority is stepping of oversight of
FOX Business
Jan 29, 2013 6:00pm EST
the benefits for the rest of us. joining me now, president of consumer education for smart credit. uni have been down the road on this topic, and new details to they got this-the cars now being used by the government to deliver benefits. and the sneaky thing that happens to these folks. >> unfortunately this is not the road less traveled. these are the folks in need it the most. it is the folks are depending on unemployment benefits to survive let's go ahead and put it on a prepaid debit card silicon charging of these and will away and, frankly, their lifeline. gerri: this money is collected by the bank. >> remember that. >> i do. that is right. and these banks lineup like they're trying to get rolling stones tickets. they want to be first in line to bid on facilitating this process because they make serious dollars. it is the big banks who are doing this. and it is troubling. it is in the hundreds of millions of dollars, and the pace that they are giving the state is, look, you are spending millions of dollars every year printing checks every single month. let us take care of it. let's put
FOX News
Jan 11, 2013 12:00pm PST
storm of budget unis certainty. they cannot make any long-range plans because congress hasn't passed the appropriations bill for 2013. pentagon spending is frozing at last year's levels. sequestration to the tune of half a trillion dollars over ten years are set to start in march unless congress does something and secretary panetta is not pleased. >> we no have idea what the hell is going to happen. all tolled, this uncertainty if left unresolved by the congress will seriously harm our military readiness. >> shepard: defense officials already ordered the air force and the navy to cancel maintenance on its aircraft and ships. but secretary panetta says he has asked defense leaders to ensure that any moves they make now should be reversible if at all possible. >>> the president today welcomed hamid karzai to the house to discuss the future of our longest war in which more than 3,000 americans and allied military personnel have been killed. the president said all forces in afghanistan will move into a support role starting this spring rather than summer as initially planned he said. the
FOX News
Jan 29, 2013 1:00pm PST
. >> leavet it there. >> thank you. >> a different type of labor pain, involving uni, the new york city school teacher is on track to collect $1 million for basically doing no work at all. she got kicked out of the classroom in 1999, after confessing to sexually harassing his students. his punishment, an $85,000 a year rubber room, where unfit teachers go to avoid students. this is a loophole. is it fair? $85 grapped -- why can't we fire him? >> nice work if you can get tright? because of one word -- tenure. he can't be fired because he's a tenured teacher, when they misbehave, they go in the rubber room -- we are not supposed to call it a rubber room because they do have to do administrative duties. we are paying him $85,000 -- >> rubber room is offensive? >> apparently, apparently. it must be. so he gets to stay there now. he will earn almost $1 million by the end of this year, doing nothing. >> not only tenure. >> right. the sexual harassment or harassment against the student -- it was proven that he was never -- his rights were not read to him. so he got off too that technicality. >> he wa
CSPAN
Jan 26, 2013 12:00pm EST
. there are pretty good reputation in the business as project operators. uni with a code dictators and we want someone to develop our oil and we one of the project to come in on time, on budget, and to get paid early, we would definitely entertain their power point presentation because they have a record of project management. where they get into trouble is where they extrapolate these kind of operating systems, this rigidity into political affairs, you know, the human factor. things that are made up of community, made up of social change. and their own record, for example, as a social entity that sells a corporation and the promotion of women, diversity, responding to the kind of world we live in. is not great. he can say that these conservative values are out of fashion, but we think that they are powerful, you know, that's fine if you're talking about safety at the workplace. can they really succeed with this strategy in a world where they are so close to to the changing social make up. who is the educated workforce and the united states anymore? it's mostly women, more and more diverse. if
NBC
Jan 18, 2013 2:05am PST
a uni-cycle. >> yeah. >> think of it as a segway without handle bars. >> is it comfy? >> it's very comfy. it's just the balance is a little tricky. >> wouldn't want to go over -- >> could jump? it doesn't jump with you. it's electric. >> i like it. >> you plug it in. very green. very ergonomic. >> thank you. >> looks like fun. >> careful, sara. >> coming up tomorrow "1600 penn actor" with us. disease. >> it was like being struck by a freight train. jeff: she was ready to give up. >> i had cancer for four years. jeff: the near death experiences that transported them to a heavenly place. >> for the first type, i was free of pain. >> it's a very different world. it's all about loving each other. nothing else really matters. >> i see it all the time. once it's open, you can never close it. [ applause ] jeff: hello, hello. roll it! all right. a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on this show. and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show 'cause there's a lot to talk about. this is the adventure. [ applause ] hello! th
NBC
Jan 25, 2013 5:00am PST
the uni cycle. 50 degrees in livermore right now. 52 degrees in gilroy. temperatures before radar because i think they are playing a bigger role today. 52 degrees in san francisco. average high this time of year is 56. four degrees away from average to start the day. temperatures because we're starting out so mild with enough sunshine from time to time throughout the day today we're going to climb to 70 degrees in some cities. wait until i show you your city by city breakdown. slick conditions. plan on a wet drive to work and count on slowing down more than usual for a friday morning. we'll check on that drive with mike in just a moment. he's standing by. showers will continue for the first part of the morning. we'll see a nice break between 9:00 and 12:00. showers start to move into the bay area. mostly very isolated. you will want to keep your umbrella handy if you are wearing something nice to work today. you want to keep it protected. these are the showers where you can bolt wherever you are headed without getting too wet. 65 in livermore pch. 62 in san jose. we stop the clock on futu
PBS
Jan 4, 2013 12:00am PST
together and in uni son. that's an overly as operational view of the future i want to live in. >> rose: does time an distance no longer have meaning. >> well, we live in san francisco and we're here in new york now. so there must be still a reason for it. but i think distance does. >> it does. but there are things, there are things that i have been thinking about lately. like i think i put this out as a branch conversation. i forget how i worded it. but the idea that so many people think well, we shouldn't be spending money on exploring mars because we have problems here at home. and i don't think the two things are mutually exclusive. i think we can work on problems at home and spend money exploring mars. and it's important to explore mars because it puts in perspective our world. and the fact that which we are global citizens. and there are other planets. >> rose: and it's to follow prot jex of science. science in pursuit of truth and in pursuit of knowledge. whenever that is projected in a forward manner, it produces results that you don't quite know. i also believe in any conversat
NBC
Jan 18, 2013 2:05am EST
. >> it looks dangerous, actually. >> it's like a uni-cycle. >> yeah. >> think of it as a segway without handle bars. >> is it comfy? >> it's very comfy. it's just the balance is a little tricky. >> wouldn't want to go over -- >> could jump? it doesn't jump with you. it's electric. >> i like it. >> you plug it in. very green.
CBS
Jan 1, 2013 6:00pm EST
're very fortunate. we have a nonpartisan uni camral. we have experience with working with republicans and democrats. we've been able to get a lot done in nebraska. i hope i can bring that here to washington as well. >> woodruff: you obviously have not been a part of the senate that has been voting the last few days but if you were sitting in the senate right now would you have voted for the version of the fiscal cliff deal that the senate voted on last night? >> i haven't been part of those discussions. like most americans i find it very, very frustrating to watch it. it's not what we expected. i can tell you that. the spending is a problem. when i campaigned last year-and-a-half all across the state of nebraska what i heard from people was their concern about spending. that's not addressed in this bill. i thank the leader. i thank the vice president for coming together and putting forth part of the solution. in helping with tax relief for many americans. but that didn't go far enough. we have to address spending if we're really going to talk about the problem. >> woodruff: spending w
FOX News
Jan 27, 2013 9:00am PST
't there legitimately. what happens to the decisions? will they have to be challenged by the businesses or unis that were impack the by them? what do you think should happen with those? >> i think there will be a challenge in dispoatle what you are going to endw up with here because there is precedent on this subject is, all actions taken are void. there isn't any question about it. and that would be true of the -- not only the national labor relations board and the consumer protection board bause cordrey's appointment is unconstitutional. on friday, i also wrote the gao -- or the government accountability office and said to them, do an investigation. identify all of the action taken and that action in my opinion is void because it was done by people who were there illegally. >> just to clarify for folks who are not as familiar with this, richard cordrey appointed, also as a recess appointment, not part of this case. but basically, done in the same way, at the same time, to head up that consumer bureau. so you are saying even though the court decision wasn't about him specifically, you think th
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